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I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Remington is a one-and-a-half-year-old pure-bred Miniature Schnauzer who was rescued when a Schnauzer breeder came into a vet’s office with the request to have him euthanized for a treatable condition. Once the dog was signed over to the vet, the vet did not euthanize the dog, but instead, Remington was rescued.
Remington is an adorable 9 pounder who is very sweet, loving, and affectionate, and he does not exclude himself to just attaching to one person, but rather, is happy to “share the love!” He gets along great with all other dogs and he is learning to play more and more with toys. Remington is potty-trained as well as crate-trained. He goes around in circles when he has to go potty but if you happen to miss this sign, he will avail himself to normal potty opportunities outdoors.
Though we in rescue do not promote or support the “debarking” of dogs, Remington was debarked by the breeder who originally had him prior to signing him over to the vet. So at this point, we see this as a plus, as Remington will not be a “typical” barky Schnauzer, but rather, a quiet one. Remington is now looking for his forever family with someone who will understand that he has a sensitive stomach and must be fed Iams Intestinal (a food brand that can be purchased at any pet store). Also, Remington needs leash work; he is afraid of a leash (possibly, in his old home, he was tied up?) and seems to do better on a flexi-lead (a leash that extends out to different lengths). In short, he prefers to be carried around but would still benefit from leash work over time. Remington is a smart dog who can train easily and would flourish in a home where he can love and be loved, given some guidance, and also have a consistent daily routine.
Remington is neutered, fully vaccinated, as well as micro-chipped. If you are interested in Remington, please e-mail Janet Cook of the Angel’s Heart Dog Rescue at: email@example.com. The phone number to the rescue is: 626-340-9316. Please do not phone rescue until you have first submitted your interest by way of e-mail. Please also visit our website at: www.angelsheartdogrescue.com and go to the Adoption Tab to read about the adoption process and fees.